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Title: The Okeechobee news
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Publisher: The Okeechobee Publishers, Inc.
Place of Publication: Okeechobee Fla
Creation Date: April 6, 1945
Publication Date: -1992
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Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 82, no. 91 (Sept. 13, 1992).
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Volume 30-Number 42 Okeechobee, Florida, Friday, April 6, 1945 Price Five Cents

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News of Our Boys' FERTILIZER BEGIN OPERATIONS FACTORY TO AT Co. Commissioners NE\L:Slit SHELL AND !MRS., NEPHEW WADE SHELL OF Large Crowd Attended Cattle Auction

1NDI \NTOWN BY JUNE 131

In Various Camps I Indiantown April-2. Harold M, I II I Transact BusinessIn WAS KILLED ON IWO JIMA Sale Here Yesterday Afternoon and

I : Mr. and Mrs. Wade Snell receiveda

At Home & AbroadSalter i Saunders inn, announced manager today of that the Seminole officials I, Regular Session telegram from their brother In Cattle Brought the Seller Top Prices

I of the Howard Fertilizer Companywill I I I Ozark, Ala, this week announcing
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Watford left Sunday to I locate a fertilizer manufacturing I II I the death of their nephew, Neal I
April 2nd. 194S of the Okeecho.
return to the Naval Air Station at plant at Indiantown. The output The Board of County Commissioners Snell, who was killed in action while I THE were again
Pensacola after spending fifteen of the establshment will serve
of Okeechobee County, met fighting on Iwo Jima. He was with yesterday after

days Sere I the County Indiantown and the community Lower East, Martin Coa.t In regular sessllon on Monday, Apr. the Marines In the desperate fightIng Dr Marjorie B. Wallace crowd of buyers,
I which took
I| generally Construction Is expected 2, 1915 at 10 a. m. place on that Is My horoscope for today, I attending the

Harold Lee Watford will leave I to get under way within the next Present were: Chairman C. E. land.He the papers, says, "Even If in good demand
Sunday to return to the Pacific ten days and It Is believed that Drawdy; Commissioners, W. F had visited Okeechobee a number disagree with others, try I from a large
after spending thirty days I op. of times and while here In 1937
coot I erations will begin not later than Walker, B. C. Swain 0. J, Chapman tactful and diplomatic. I
here visiting friend and relatives. took flying lessons from Charlie I
June 15th The plant will employ and F. M. Mobley; County AttorneyT. fled personalities for best opening of the
I approximately twenty-five people W. Ooncly, Jr.; Sheriff N. 0. :Miller and was a licensed air pilot. So I will\ begin anyhow, :I of Burdick
lie was in the Marine I
Ton-my Evans, ion of Mr. and initially I Stewart; Clerk Roy R. Raulerson. Infantry. ing some nice things, and :| said that con.
Mrt. P. P. Evens left Wednesday v-- The minutes of the meetings held V 1 sneak In a sting or two 'i dry weather
morning for Miami and then tonaillbrld. I I II during the month of March. 1945 I body's looking I 'conditione,

.., Md., where he goes for I| W. J. Hendryls I II were read, and approved II Next Week to be I Fresh paint is a wonderful than pleasing to

training at the Naval Training I I Report of Marks and Brands for Of course, It preserves sellers and buy-
Camp. He enlisted In the Navy sex In Tallahassee I II Districts No. 2 and 4 were received Clean Out Your I I'Dtalking about looks. II
oral months ago but wan not Bailed 1 I tad 1 ordered filed in the office of I Iy a house gleaming In the have grantel

until this week. For Legislature! the Clerk of the Circuit Court. Clothes ClosetsNext with new, clean point is Farmers of
1'pon motion of Commissioner '
the owner with an instant, to sell oU
Mr. and Mrs. 8. M. Swain received :Mobley duly seconded by Commlsiioner j' 'I untaiy and unvoiced & and cigarettes at
a Utter this week from Murray Ful- I Walker, a donation of $50' .
i Representative-, J, Hendrj' left week has been designated Out DeBerry Garden way,
ford who Is with the United States to Boy Scouts of America was approved I "C loan Out Your Harden's house Is
Suinlaj for Tallahassee where he Clothes Closets spanking top price paid
Marines now stationed on Iwo went as Okeeuhobee Count's Representative and ordered paid from the Week" by the National Clothes with white paint and I ; sale yesterday)
Jima. Murray took part In the Invasion In the 1945 session of general fund Collection headquarters. I isn't going to add any I ; $14.50; steers! ,
of that Island In what was the Florida Legislature This la the Report ,of the County Welfare Remember these facts that have trim. The the hardest fighting the Marines Board for the month of March 1945 I
,
third successive term Mr. Hendryhas been called to your attention nol j job is strikingly ; .
ever experienced In their long history been the Okeechobee CountyRepresentative was received and ordered filed In only in this newspaper but In pub tween his property and the be held next
of action. In his letter he I the office of the Clerk of the Circuit -
lications of all kinds all over the lag lot, he has put up a and each Thurs-
says there are no trees on that Island Before leaving here Sunday Mr.1 I '.ourt. country, and on many radio programs which Is my idea of a really I i & promptly
but that there was plenty of II I'pon motion
of Commissioner
Hendry had met with the member II I : 150,000,000 people in liberated fence-even-topped posts
action. Murray said In his letter I of the City Council, School Board Mobley, duly seconded by Commissioner areas are In desperate needof I white, woven wire stretched
that they would kill off all of the i Swain the Board of County covering I neat as aepin.Woodwork .
and Board of County Commissionersi ; any wearable, sensible ,
Japs they could find during the day i others who were Interested in Commissioners requested that County article of clothing, any shoes Insufficient on the Says
and when they crawled into their 1 legislation that might con,e up at Agent Boyles contact the proper repair to be serrlcable, I church Is newly painted, ,
foxholes for the night the Japs authorities regarding a temporary with low medium heels I its fresh whiteness I
this session. Mr. Hendry stated that or and bedding I' contrasts
would come swarming out of cave. anyone who had a local bill or bills permit for himself for innoculatlng that will serve to keep human antly with the weathered red Will
and they would have to get up and they expected to have pained duringthe livestock of Okeechobee county. beings warm {hese are the things I Such a little thing-a few
start fighting them all over againin session should advertise them Upon motion of CommissionerSwain needed beyond the power of our I yards of white paint-but it Water
the night. Altogether he said the the duly seconded by Commissioner to conceive. tremendous I
necessary thirty days which Is Imagination i a Improvement.
fighting was hot and hard. required by the rules and laws and Walker county road laborersare Try to Imagine having just the a few posies around the base

Miami, Mar 27. (Special to that he would not Introduce and to be paid beginning Apnl,lst, clothes on your back and not too church and annex-huh ? i being allied sub-
Okeechobee News).-Graduation at pass any so-called "PopulationMeasures" 1945 at the rate of $5..)0 per day many of those, and wearing!' them I And speaking of posies, together for
for foreman and $4.50 per day for for six winters, In and !Islands In the to the water
as
the head of his class of 24 In a as the courts have repeatedly caves underground er I
special four-week Diesel engine held them to be unconstitutional. laborers, shelters, day and night, I i!: high school approaches are nicely
class ot the Ordinance School I Upon motion duly carded! the in lain and snow and sleet Our.l i I Too often these concrete the recommenda
Aberdeen Proving Ground Aber- \\ There 'will be' many matters of Bard of County Cixnm'jwivipfM In- ;aiiVtit) accept the words, but thlrnuaning I been desolate and bare., mentioned In
deep, M<1., by Pfe. Maurice L. Durrunce state-wlda Interest that will come itructed the clerk to a<}vue Miami is simply too great to have I i they bloom in the spring, t. l thi""water'r8itJ- ..
of Okeechobee has been announced before this session and it will Beach Hotel Owners lAjsoclat'.on: any reality for us. The reality to j I land I look really functional says that Okee
by the Miami Air Technlial probably be one of the hardest legislative that they did not see (fit to take the people suffering such a condition cy. An orchid to the { the finest water
Service Command. sessions In the history of action on their proposal. : is, however, a horrible daily keeps them that way. 3)y} work Is finished,
j
Pfc. Durrance Is the husband of I' the state. With schools old age pensions Upon motion of 'omminslcrer misery, and America must-and will There Is a group of three i I Is bending. ev
Gerrita Alberta Durrance and the general revenue fund of Swain duly seconded by Commls clothe them with decency and i ularly pretty places on Fifth I I plant and the
Mrs.
the Ion of Mr. and Mrs G. C. Dur- the state, all needing money there stoner Walker, the following lei- comfort. l Fall all white houses, clean and :I as quick
ranee, all of Okeechobee. lIe was ', is bound to be many lively fights olution was adopted: Okeechobee must-and will-do its neat and nicely planted I I
before the sixty days are RESOLUTION full share.Here ( free from trash, all shaded
up.
inducted into the army at Camp big tank has
i Mrs. Hendry accompanied him to Supporting Location of Branch of Is an urgent cause for all | ly trees all delightful/
Blending on Aug. 30, 1913, and has water Is now
been assigned to the rescue boat 1 Tallahassee for the opening! of the Florida State Hospital atAton the organizations In town to adopt. i homey-looking places. The from the
session and they are expected to Park The P-T. A. the Fine Arts Club, belongs to Mr. and Mrs mains
i aintenanco unit of the Miami Air and this
Technical Service Command since return to their home here today for February 23, 1945 the church societies, each room I Bowden-hi, boss!-the Kinsaul has to
the week-end. Miss Joyce Mercer Whereas, for some time the atten- teacher at the schools-let them col.lect I the Josh Barber house, the t
plant the
most of
May 16 of last year On Dec. 4, I
1944, Durranee was awarded the also went up and will be tion of State Authorities has been clothing from their members Matthew Tomlmson's. been able to get
Good Conduct medal. ; tative Hendry's secretary Repr..en'l called to 'the need of enlarged 'facilities and friends and present it as a The Bowdens have an the meters -

At MIATSC Durrance Is one ofa sixty day session. at the State Hospital for the group donation. Many people can fence, low, pointed white the water bills
croup of skilled marine mechan-1 VShower insane, andWhereas be contacted in this way and givenan strung with chain' which Is but they'll ar.
for many years I It has opportunity to help who might : orative as It Is-pardon me, fear.
ics who overhaul engines on the
been recommended that the State otherwise be overlooked. I i useless when It comes to plenty of it, It
speedy boats used to rescue aviators i I
who have been forced down' Hospital for the Insane be broken It ivust be emphasized that the I| out livestock. A smooth I amount extra on
down into smaller and more efficient clothing must be CLEAN. It need lawn around the house & most citizens
over water I Mrs LaVerne Hazellief was the (
units, and not be pressed or Ironed. But the [ spacious air which Is I )'.
: guest of honor at a stork shower I
Gems for Your Whereas the location of such a I committee has no funds for laun-1 t the eye Fire- Chief
Scrapbook given by Miss Virginia Parke non
I branch should be accessible to the I dering or dry cleaning, since no The Barber place Is, for Capt. George J.
and Miss Katherine Conrad at the
ADVANCEMENT i I home-of Mrs C. II Parkerion this greatest number of the population money Is solicited or accepted, except ey, one of the most Akin, all of the
I find the great thing In this week. to be served, and I In cases where a donor built houses in town, and, fire department,

world Is not so much where we The guests played! games appropriate Whereas, the City of Avon Park I' to participate and has no Wllhel'' den by trees and shrubbery, to hold a con.

stand, as In what direction we are to the, occasion, and refreshments has offered adequate land and 'ome'l'I' suits to give, so to speak, I coyly at the passer-by. fire truck, and
moving-Oliver Wendell Holmes. I of fruit punch and dainty structures for the gives for the purchase of new &ar'l, The Tomlinson/ place Is on fire control

See first that the design is wise cookies were served. The guest of such a branch, and 1 I ments to add to the fund Therefore enough from the front, .
and just: that ascertained, pursueIt honor received n,any lovely and useful Whereas, the Board of Governors please have your donations washed have to go around Into affair back of
resolutely; do not for one repulse gifts. of the Florida Medical AssociationIn before bringing them In. yard to see the real a fire hose rack,
forego the purpose that you resolved Those present were Mrs R. E. session at Jacksonville, Florida I Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Jenkins, Mr. contains. Never have I will be spread
to do.-Shakespeare.In Padgett Jr. Mrs Paul Robbins, ;Mrs on February 4, 1945, did reaffirmthe and Mrs Roy Raulerson, Dr. and beautiful crotons, coleus, Is just the length
actual life every great enterprise ;' Henry Bass, Mrs. Van Lightsey, previous action of the House of I :Mrs. Maupai, Mr. and Mrs. R. B. or caladiums, most of them hose, which, be-
begins with Its first forward Mrs. H. L. Walker, Mrs John Drau- Delegates of the Florida Medical' Meserve, and Mr. and \Mrs P. P. by cuttings, and the I the middle, will

step In faith.-Schtegel. ghon, Mrs. J. H. Walker Jr., Mrs. Association relative to establishing'I Evans, are added to our list of patch Is a novelty really )', and so last
If we are not secretly yearningand Ernest Hudson, Mrs Salter Wat- a branch of the Hospital for the those who have given a full quota ing now, with blooms and 'I hose was se
openly striving for the accomplishment -I'! ford, Mrs. G. Boromei, Mrs Clarence Insane in South Florida and did this past week. j I I fruit on the sprawly, spikey the "know-
of all we ask, our prayersare Arnold, Mrs Murray Fulford, Mrs. recommend to the next Legislaturethat "Inasmuch as ye have done it unto I The Tomlinsons/ have bought i iI of R. B. Meserve,
"vain repetitions," such as the Roger Boromel, \Mrs. Morris Bar- Immediate action be taken for the least .of these-" i i I I joining lot, and it is being to help In every
heathen use.-Mary Baker Eddy. ': nett, Mrs. Franklin Walker, Mrs. C'I establishing such a branch and that V I I and planted, too Mrs I before he
Social progress makes the well- S. Holmes, !Mrs. A. 0. Glenn, Mrs. I the lame be placed at Avon Park, R. II. Singletary has returned to I was out back rakng with I II days.
being of all more and more the Corbett Norman Miss Louise Beth- and did send a copy of said resolution his home here !in Okeechobee after I I! arm, the broken one still I plant In. first
business of each ; It binds all closer I ea, Miss Lillian Walker. Miss Gladys to Governor :Millard Caldwell spending some time at the Flolrda ding/ 1 iI the fire depart
and closer together in bonds from I Beville and Mrs. Edwin Walker. urging his support and assistance East Coast Railroad hospital at St. ; The utter neatness and and equipped,
which none can escape. Henry V In relieving the great emergencythat I Augustine I of these places added to for safe and
George. I !Mrs R. B. Meserve left Sundayfor now exists throughout the State .- I, flowers and foliage plants & will be

Let us labor for that larger com Marianna where she U spendingthis ; of Florida relative to the lack of I Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Phillips and them as attractive a group I plane
prehension of truth, and that more I' week. hospitalization for the State's men two children left this week to returnto be found, not only In V
thorough repudiation of error, which tally Ill, nowTherefore I their home In Valdosta, Ga., after but anywhere. Orchids and little son
shall make the history of mankinda Miss Madeline Padgett spent Sun Be It Resolved that the spending ten days here with Mrs. I busy owners-for It takes home In Okeecho
aeries of ascending developments. I day and Monday in Jacksonville Board of County Commissioners of I Phillips' father and mother, Mr and plenty of it to maintain the Fort Pierce

Horace Mann. i where she visited her sister. I (Continued on page S) I :Mrs. C. H. Parkerson. |I (Continued on Page ,

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THE OREECHOBK: NEWS FRIDAY, APRIL 8, 1JNefas

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1 THE G.VD-FLY NOTICE NOTICE
Notice 1* hereby given that I will
I From sit... by Joe Marsh (Continued from Page One) the Florida Legislature fixing: the Introduce a Bill In the 1045 Session
compensation of the members of the of the Florida Legislature providing
for all real estste, owned by the
Hoard of Public Instruction of Okcorhobce
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Published Every Friday by the I- feet order and beauty Organisation, shall
Masonic Fraternal
I County, Florida, providing the .
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Okeechobea New. Co., at Okeecho- I y The Gadfly has been stumped time of payment end repealing all lie exempt from all taxes and !
bee, Okeechobe County, Florida Ii laws In conflict with the provisions menti and authorizing the cancellation
i America and her"Underground1' I with two $M questions by so piany of said BilL of any taxes and asspssmenta
\ W. J. HBNDRY. now outstanding against said prop-
BRYANT BOWDEN Editor I citizens this week, that next week arty,
I ____._ Representative W. J, HEN-DRY.
I'll attempt to answer them as impartially -
Entered! in iocond plum mutter Jnly Represents
1. lOll, at the Post Office In Okeecno- I as fully as I cail. That Write often and writ V-Mail.
bee. Fin., under! Act of Mar 8. 1879.
--.- ---- I We were sitting around after weapon that we've got Amen the public considers them Imp>rt-

SUBSCRIPTION RATE chores the other night talking cancrops-fromAmericanflelda ant and generally pertinent questions -
One Year In advance ..... 12.00 I of the
the
about -strengthening
1.00 progress our position cannot be doubted so I think '.
Six Three Months Months In In advance advance ..75AI.pII.lntr Chad Davis was saying how, In overseas In a way no other underground I the public has a right to what Information 3NOT

I spite of Germany's defeat, there can shake"From I Is available in th :ae BORN IN
Mile are payable on the still the Cerman under
was
tot of each month. Parties unknown to where I sit,Chad's absolutely issues
pnhllshers required to pay In .d lDce._ I ground to cope with. right.Whether It'*)for the I 1 1. What Is the haul between the AMERICA MAY BECOME

I "I don't worry about them," glass of beer that cheers: a tired Welfare Board and the VD clinic

of I says Sober Hosklos "So long as soldier's spirits, or the bread and why PRESIDENT'
People County underground In that feeds armies
we got our own our and our 2. What Is the actual situation /
t working order." allies, every bit of grain that AN zee FUTUREPREZEDENT
the Dixie Cattlemen's Association
at -
to Save i American farmers harvest Is a OPUSA.
Urged "What do you mean-our underground and why?
?" Chad. And part America's great strength. ZEE .
says
One mado
gentleman me proud by
The Kitchen Fats Sober points out to the fields. flu A that he reads the t
saying: Gadfly
"There It Is," he says, "under c90e ,VI.A/t.4l(. V ,
column because it tells the truth.
that soil lies the most ImportantNo. I
I try to be completely fair in my
,
Okperhol.oe O>untv' Ml: : fernlike I

can fill an entire day' medicinal 109 of a Strict Copyright, 1945, Unfurl Stout Brewer Foundation praise and my censure, and concerning I
these two questions, in
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need of 812 battlefront CMtialtlos I
which the public generally Is Inter
If each home will save one I
County Commissioners ested without knowing just what
kitchen It Club Has
tablespoon of waste fat Rotary
goes on, I will certainly tell the
was estimated today by the netion'elargeet (Cumlnupil( from rote One) ,
truth as I can find It out between
single collector of this vital
Another Perfect okiechobec County, Florida, dociin this News and the one next week. ". Neiw wvurwnq,.
war material. I
.by express itself as in full ac Not being personally involved In
"There are few direct ways a
Attendance WeekThe i I I.'II with the actions and rceom- either question, I will try to give
wife, mother or daughter can help I A JOB WELL DONE DAY BY DAYTHATIS
cmlatlons of the Florida Medical all those who are personally involved
safeguard the life of a loved one
at the fighting front, and salvaging ---- I .Association In reference to the es- the opportunity to present THE MARK OF ANY SUCCESS-THAT IS

C I I 'iiblnhlng of a branch of the State the truth to the, people of Okeecho-
Okochobcp Rotary uxrnduated ]I
wed fats is one of them said T BACK
class Hospital for the Insane and further bee. I WHY THOSE WHO KNOW COME
A. Connors head of the Great Atlantic from the primary l|
dint I It Ii In hearty accord with And I
hope
nobody shoots me
when its I
to grades
grammar AGAIN.
and Pacific Tea Company'anational mem.1 HERE-AGAIN AND
'I Avon Park
placing of laid branch at
meat department. "The bershlp reached Zi on V

value of the 9,128,000 pound. salvaged the admission of Louis Scharfschj j I I and Susan Stello of Sebring returnedto
Be It Further Resolved, that a SHOP AT DENMARK'SDENMARK'S
by our customers throughoutthe werdt and Clifford E. Boyle. Rotary I I her home Tuesday after spending
of this resolution be lent to
nation last year is evident in clubs are classified according to the copy Easter here with Mr. and Mrs K.
Mr. C. E. Lanier, President, Chamber I
the fact that a single pound of fat number of members, and Okeechobee E. Stello.
of Commerce at Avon Park
will process about 260 quarts of Rotary la growing up. -
Florida.
life-giving blood plasma." The Rev. W. R. Howell had as The Okeechobee Parent-Teachers
Passed In regular session this 2nd
The Increased tempo of the war his guest the Rev C. P. Hogle, who Association will meet next Thurs FURNITURE
the
day of April A. D. 1945 by
has Intensified the need for drugs, has been holding revival servicesat day night at eight o'clock In the
unanimous consent of the Board of
ointments and acids to ease pain the Methodist church. A. VT. I Auditorium. There will be a short Phone 115
County Commissioners of Okeechobee -
and lessen mortality among our Davis Introduced E. A. Burdick and business meeting for election of officers -
> County, Florida
soldiers as well as for synthetic W. F. Carson, who are also doing a and Proto M. 0. Kent and his
Commissioners
Board of County
rubber, protective coatings and oth bit of reviving at the cattle auction Okeechobee County, Florida. band will play| a program to entertain I .

er vital war materials in which pens, and who expect to make Chairman those present
C. E. Drawdy
waste fats figure Conners pointedout. Okeechobee their home-when, as
Attest: Roy R. Raulerson, Clerk ---- ATTENTION FARMERSMake
Further, he said the OPA has end If they can find places to live. I NOTICE OF Br1)FMPTIO> I

continued Its offer of red ration President Hiram Raulerson announced The following vouchers were approved on Junp I. IOU I
ofOkerrhnlip Bean Beetle ExterminatorOn
points for each pound of grease that for the past two and ordered paid when funds ('nnnf,.. Florliln I your own

turned In at stores. months this Rotary club has led were available; General Jnnp Kcfnmlln 1. 11)40) Itond iluteil. account of Gas and Tire Rationing we
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"The Importance of used fats in GENERAL FUND Soli '" l Is hprehv, given thnt. pur-
the state with 100 attend.
a percent
want to n resolution adopted l bv the are releasing our Formula to the public. Bean
the manufacture of the implementsof ance, and the Tuesday meeting Payroll, General Fund, Board of County Oommlnsloners of
rtliPpchMiep roiintv. Beetle Exterminator kills Bean Beetles Cab-
Florida all Oen-
war and of thousands of products started out another month with the salaries! March . . .$ 90.50 oral lipfiimllnir Rnnd<. JMIIO of 1040, '' ,
for the home front Is widely recognized name perfect record. Resale Alderman Comm. Infill June 1. .1'nn! due June 1. 1170, 'I i iwtili'h bage Worms, all Flea Bugs on any and all
ire 'iiit tn>"llnz on Jon 1,
," he said "But little is knownof I Miss Rena Burt music teacher at T. C., March . . . 125.00 1')41 of the follitwlng description Garden Vegetation instantly. Also all insectson

the miracles being worked by the school, was Introduced by R, A, Robert La :Martin Comm.T. hnvp l>n.\ment been AII(nlled that for date rpdnmrttlon, to.wit. June and' Tobacco Plants in Bed or Field, including

miliitary medicine with the aid of Burgess In charge of the program. A., March ..,. .. .'y 125.00 1, Bonds 1045: : ntnunpTpd* 1 tn 7, Inolimlvp.ID \ Worm Kills Chicken Mites and Lice, Ants
converted! fats Okeechobee .ti. .It. :'IV I 1KI tn IfX). In"' !
County Mils Burt brought with her for the County Welfare Board Relief ''*-
and Roaches. Also insects Flowers and
I Ire ZZI ft 2'1. !Inrlimlvp. i7X. on
women, In making their contributions entertainment of the meeting four Allowance, March . 350.00 411 tn 4.1H IncliiKlvp. .all In di'I I
nninlnnfl. nf lioonand' Bond Shrubbery and is used for spraying Fruit Trees
to this .
salvage drive may take round ludie whose numbers were Jasslnger School Lu. F., Vti. :37't III (ItMinlnlnatlnllof I

added satisfaction from the knowledge heartily enjoyed. Three vocal to- groceries, !March . . 12.5A SL'0141 : flood :Vo. 377 In de- and Cotton. Is easy to make.

that even a tablespoon or los were exceptionally well chosen T. W. Conely, Jr., refund, repair numttintloii*:ii 417: In:of; ftim.til deauodontl"o;: :* ,and: llnnd of: I Ingredients can be bought in drug store. I

half ounce, of used fat will help for contrast and appeal and very vault, . 17.60 ism Oil any
on keys Kali) bowie will lip redeemed l on
make enough smallpox vaccine for I I beautifully sung and little Miss Dixie Cattlemen's As., Tone I. 1'!<45: nt inn pUis that aerrni'd Costs less than 6 cents per pound. Can be usedin

71 injections" Lorena Klnnard wowed the house l liitpn l evlduncpd. hv roupons Wet or Dry Spray. Get this and help win the
Cemetery supplies . . 25.00 due on that date upon presentation

Other vital medication for which I with her recitation, "Watching Inter Co. T. & T. Co., with(fins nil thereto uliw"iii'Hf nttaclied iiinniitiirpil at the ManiifnetnriTK con-- var by raising more food.

household fats are required includes 'Daddy Shave. Service, March . 25.25 Trust I'liintmn1In the rite ,
I nf New fork, Xcw York and Interest'on Club in with your neighbors and get this 3
tannic acid used in treatment of I The modern ballad "April Show. Dixie Cat lem.n't A I., ,old h"n"o! "hull sense on sold dnte

burns, some Insulins for shock victim rs" was sung by Miss! Ada Jane Cemetery suppliis . . 27.80 and ho nil void,. .ntirnis, maturing* thereafterwill formulas for $1.00. Full instructions sent.

*, tinctures of opium and gentain ration; Miss Ernestine Hunt sang Fla. Power & Light Co., 11t1.\HlI i i IK rnrVTY: 'O"11IOS Money refunded if not Satisfactory.
rroi'XTY
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to case pain, ulfa-diazine ointments I "The Hoot Owl", and Miss Betty Elec., March . . .. . HOO CO11VIsefO171taorEE'I111111N I
for :: rOl'XTY. 'I SOUTHERN STATES CHEMICAL CO.P. .
treating abru cni and fungus Jane Whldden's fine contralto voice Mason's Ice Delivery, let l

growth and nitre-glycerine tablets I I was excellent in "Give a Man a coupon books, March,. . 200 Kv 'It::. UltAlVlY't'hnirmnnIATTExT I O. Box 261 GLASGOW, KENTUCKY

IK a heart vtunulant.Gilbert Horse He Tan Ride. All three girls Bishop Off. Equip Co., Itoy K.: H.\lIh'u"n, Clerk I

____ ..LaJiInn I I have poise, Intelligent Interpretation supplies . . . . 23.10 I --. -- .--

( and good stage presence, as Withholding; Taxes, taxes

well as gifted voices and their pro withheld for March .. .. 14.60

Theatre gram was a musical treat appreciated Okee. Hdwe. & Furn. Co.,

to the full by all present. Supp. Jail and Cemetery. 67,88Bennie'e

:N"\t Tuesday the Rotarians will '
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-- Justice Elwyn Thomas, former cir. Okeechobee News Co.,

cult judge of the Ninth Judicia! .
ANN SHERIDAN printing and supplies 21.00(

and Circuit, now of the Florida Supreme I Payroll, Cemetery, labor . 10.00N.
DENNIS MORGAN Court Judge T. W. Conely Jr. willie \
0, Stewart, attend Co. y MAGNES, Violinist

-- in in charge of the program Couim., March .. . 4.00
ARDYTH Cellist
Pi most Off. Equip. Co.,

"Shine OnHarvest supplies Co. .. 48.00 LEE HAMBRO, Pianist
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Manley P. Caldwell Cost: Re. In I'er.an at the .

Moon"MARCH Nuveen vs. Okooch. Co. ? 110.001 I r
IiJSfiRODEO SCHOOL AUDITORIUMin
ROAD & BRIDGE FUND I t

OF TI ELATE r Payroll\ Dlst. No. 3, labor .$181.50 i For! Pierce Florida

NEWS (lewlston Motor Com.,

lfA / repair on tractor . . 42H84 I 1 .

FRIDAY & SATURDAY T, J. Simmons, labor .. 9760 L4 8:30 Monday Evening ey

Withholding Tax Fund, i epr

T. J. Simmons :March .. 1.40 April 16

"Trail to .-,- ,- S, ('. Paige, gasoline,
Gunsight"with I .
Diet No. 3 . .,. .. 10.34 : h 0

Knight's Ser. Station gasoline I l ? ; ax Presented by the

Dlst. No. 4 and B . . 21.501
ROD CAMERON I FRANCES:: MAGNES Fort Pierce Concert AssociationThis
I Ruble B.ns gas and oil,

Dlst. No. 2 . .. . . 3.00 I

I I KISSIMMEE I 0. K, Garage & !Machine S., I announcment is made as a reminder to membership +.

"Dangerous labor on truck . . .. 1.75 card holders, who are urged to obtain choice seats early. To

Payroll Dist. No.3. labor 67.60 I

Journey"DISNEY I APRIL 7,8 Boree Lumber Co, Supp, others we regret the limiited seating capacity of 750 has been I ,"

Dlsts. No. 3, 4 and 6 .. 274.94 "
Produced and directed by Tommy absorbed by advance annual reservations made early in the .
: CARTOON I I Horner .. sponsored by Kissim- Okee lid we. & Furn Co., :

LATE NEWS mee Lions club $400 in prize Supp., Diets No. 3, 4 "II. 27.75 season. For any possible unusued or cancelled memberships, j
offered four contest
awards in
events in two performances FINE & FORFEITURE FUND write or call on the association. Tax and charter regulations

C-ing-Attra;; ; tiOJls to be !given In Silver Spurs arena T. W. Conely Jr., docket
east of Kissimmee featuring fees !March .s22,00 prohibit individual ticket sales at the door. You are invited to .
famous Silver Spun quadrille on
"TillS : horseback and other special acts Mary Schulman, conviction : apply now for reservations for next season. Any present sea-
IS THE ARIY""JAXIE"
Admission: service men and I fees March . ,. . ., 105.00 .
!I I children, $.60; adults, $1.20, including Nix's Cafe feeding jury .. 8.25 II ron memberships not renewed will' be available to new appli- !,' t"

"DESTINATION: TOKYO" tax. Roy R. Raulerson cost r ",

"IRISH EYES ARE SMILING" I I SEATS FOR ALL I bills, March . .. . .. 71.90 cants. .- : '.
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At the meeting of the School I NOTICE OF INTENTION TO ArrLT 1 NOTICE NOTICE OF APPIICATIONrOH Name In which ssseased J. T. Hancock of Everglades City
FOB SPECIAL LI.GIAL.ITION | Notice |I. hereby given that I will TAT IIF.EII Cox and Unknown. Floe.l I I
Board on Monday the resignation I I Introduce a Bill In the 1049 session Notice Is hereby given that Earnest A 10' said. property lielng In was a visitor spending Easter here
Notice In heohy given thak the of the Florida Legislature ratifying Cox. the holder of the following County of fikeei'linhee. State nf
of two teachers were accepted and iliidpr lrned( the Board of Commissioners confirming anti validating, the issuance ,certificates, has filed said certificates Ida, i with Mrs Hancock and two daogh
replacements appointed. Miss Audre nf Everfflndes Drnlnnfr DIstrlct. of $_'iIWO I, interest hearing Time \Vnr- fur a tax deed to he Issued thereon. Inliss mill certificate or certlfl ten.
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K quasi public corporation, or- : rants by the City Council of the The certificate munhers sad.' )('/In of ran chill lie redeemed according\ to
Klnk'i place will be taken by Mill recited and nr the laws of Flnrldn. : City of Okeechobee Florida for the lustinnce. the description of the property Inn'. the proii fill APply to the 1041! session of the i I purpose of making emergency repair and the nnnies In which It was certificate or rPrlltl"IIItwill he sold ELECTRICAL WORK
Kathleen McCarthy, while Mrs Julia Florid locrlslntnre for the enactment to the* water eviiem of mid city, nsxisxed are as follow. : tii the highest bidder nt the court I
McMullen will nf a law. the snhstanee nf which hall W. J. HEN DRY. Certificates\ No. 200, 2000 2007 house door nn the first Monday In
replace Mrt. Mary he to amend Chapter 14717. lam of Representative /i year of Isxuance 1041. the month of Mn1114; :>, which Is the
Louise Aho. Flnrldn Acts nf 1011 as amenrieil hv', psirlitlnn| propertv: 7th day of May, 1048. P. P. EVANS
t sal Ii. Riverside Dated this 23rd of March 1041.i .
. Chapter 2fln.W. I, ws nf Florida Arts NOTICE lots ( 7. A 0, III 27 day
I Park Add. i-tAI.1; I M I'Y It. H.\I'I.I-H": ;O
nf 1011, the siirmtance of which pro- "
It wu Impossible to round up Tinned law shall hi: (11 Tn re.eetni-I 1 Notice ii hereby given that I Lots side\ 1 Park to 12 Add.Ine. Elk 23 River. Clerk Okeerhohev Circuit County Court, of Florida. HOUSE WIRING

llsh the hnnmlnrles of the HreritlndeaDrnlnnie shall Introduce bill the session
all the data for a final report on Plstrlct hv correcting rer- a at I

the Red Cross war fund drive in lain errors and omlsalona In the prep of the 1945 Florida Legislature pro-
cut existing boundaries : (2) Tn make
time for this week's News, but It avnl'uhla to the F.verelndes Drainage viding that the cum of $11,000 of |

will be published next week. With age District easements the ass retained and control b\ nf Trustees drain Race Track Revenue, or other revenue J THE OLD JUDGE SAYS .

I a quota of $1200, Okeechobee Coun- of tntp.n.Imp.ov m.nt Fund In substituted therefor, allocated

ty's contribution to the fund Is already debt their I service deedn; rnn H) To eln..ltI provide Atlon for of the uncalled i|' to Okeechobee County shall be dli-

over $1700. sovereignly lands : 141 To I trlbuted direct to the Board of Pub-
grant additional powers to the Board ,
of Commissioners' of Everilades | lie Instruction of said county by the

LOST-Two No. 3 galvanized washtubs Drainage struct operate District and to maintain establish the'con-ex- I proper state officials; and providing I i ; 4 I I ra rIq( V4 s

between the cemetery and East Istlnor. or new works of the Everglades I the manner In which said funds
Drainage' Plstrlct In the Inter-
Okeechobee. Finder please notify eat and for Ibo benefit nf soil conservation | shall be used by Bald Board of Pub. ?
water control as well
ana He Instruction
Mrs. P. P. Evani.
of
and reclamation
as for drainage
_. Innds with Everglades: Drainage Pistrlct .- W. :J. HENDRY, I
: ((31 Giving power to the Board II
NOTICE OF ,trrttrTION: ron ef Commissioners of Everglades Representative
to establish, reestnhllsh. I
T\\ nicrnlawn iirnlnnus Dlxtrlct -r- -
of 11U5 ; ; l lIt'r. mortify or nhollshmnlntennnee NOTICE i
Notice Is hereby given tint T. T. areas a" described In I Notice Is hereby given that I will
(rnlpmnn holder of Tux Certificate No. Section 0, Chapter 11717 Acts of 1011. Introduce a Rill In the 1041 sesslnn
2143, Issued the fith dAY of August A. and other*'lac amending the provls- of the Florida J.I'IlI.lnlnr" fixing the
1>. 192U bAS filed same In my office Inns of Inw relating tn maintenance pomponmitlon nf the Hoard of County !
; has made application for a aren of call district(6): ( To providefor rnmmUslciner of Okeerhnhee Cunty, I .J
Tax Deed to be Issued thereon. Said the levy a .e..ment. and collectIons | Florida providing the time and method i
Certificate embraces the following described of nnnnal assessments and taxes, of payment and repealing all lawsIn
\ proper In the fount nfCkecrbobee and for. a Joint tax snip of delinquent, conflict with said mil( I
State of .Florida to wit : taxes with the county tax pale and W. J. HEN-DRY
o Lots 2 & 3, Blk. 220. First Add. for n combination county tax pale I Representative
to the City of Okeechobee. lerltflente and otherwise Integrating! --- --
1'he csstnent of mild property the enforcement and collection of NOTICE
under said Certificate Imned was In E\erjrlades Drainage Plstrlct tax \I.n.1| Notice Is hereby given thAt I will
the name of Okeechobee Company. with coiintr tax lien., and (7) for Introduce a Rill In the 1045 session .
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I'nles mild Certificate shall lie redeemed nlliiT supplemental end amendntory 1 i iipulHliitlnn of the Florida I.eglnlntnre author I
according to law property ili>. 1 relating to said district i i iDntcd icing the Hoard of County Commls- !
rlbed therein shall be sold to the March in. 1045.llounl loners' nf Okeeehohee Conntv. Flor-
highest bidder. at the Courthouse dour of I
of Commlsiiloners Ida to execute and deliver deeds nf I II
on the first MmnhiIn the monlh r' rterglilde Drnlninte 111.lrl.tl I IUy onVPyan .., to former owners of
May 1041! which Is the 7th day of MAKK 1U.NNANT;o real property now owned hv said
May 1043.Duted iScnl) Chnl.mao.1 Cniintv of Okeechoheo by virtue of I Y
this 3rd day of April. 1945.HOY Attest : K M the provisions nf Chapter 20723 Lawn AT '/ ely
1<. UAVI.LKhO.N. Secretary of Florida Act nf 11)41 u amended r
Clerk Circuit Court of hv Chapter 22070. Inws of Florida. I .'e. ; c It
Okeechobi-e Couutv, Florida v.MaIl.1 Act of 1H1! where such owner makes I
(Circuit Court Seal) Write him today and use application showing that such property II
I woe the hnrni>.teit<1 of sold applicant I
nt the time title reverted to .
the County, or that said property
woe a* p..ocl. and taxes extended I II
upon the TAx Rolls of sold County, '. .'.;vs to mi, Jjdge. From the waytv more than I could see taking automobiles

and taxes tn anv paid year for for all which vears a sthegnent Tax- I ,..J. )people talk: you would think it vai"No away from everybody b.Tiuse a few drive

WANTED Certl'tcHtras lusuefl for the nonpayment at 1' -t 50%.' reek'!-'ssdy and have accidents. Or preventing

of taxes, and sail. former I the making or sale of cake or doughnuts
I owner tin. acted In goad; faith and Clem, there's the statement right
had no knowledge of any certificate here in the paper from authorities wno because sons" folks eat too much and get
outstanding until after said providing I have made exhaustive of the indigestion.
sub
had reverted to the County ; an study

TRAINMEN AND SWITCHMENA for rennnnnhle charges to he assessed ject. Only about 5% of the people who "In the case of spirit beverages, the answer
i for the
hv the County Commissioners
di nk occasionally abuse the
privilege .
Issuance of such deed and when such I is one of education and better control.
applications are to he considered, 95% drink sensibly.
W. J. ITEMHIYHepresentBtlve. "As of f-t the
a matter responsible
"No wonder it wouldn't be fair
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members of that
industry are working constantly
to take the from the other
good opportunity for men classified in NOTICE OF INTFNTItlN TO SELL privilege away toward that end. They don't want
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95 I with
%, Judge. agree you
LAVnNOTICE folks to abuse the use of the r product any

4-F or over draft age to engage in essential Pursuant to IS Section 1IEUEBY 11 GIVES(i1)I Chapter thnt. I "I can't sea it any other way, Clem. No m ra than we (;a"

20m, laws of Fl" -Idi Acts nf 1011
and Section 07. I':..ipt, "r 11717( Lawsof
employment. Apply in person or by letter toTrainmaster's 1'lorlda Acts of 1031 as amended T:tit adtcititfii tjfontffttit by (.njtitner,tf AUohulit Brttiagl lnJulntlt 4ec
hv Section 11, Chapter 20 Florida. Acts of 1041 and also par.
office, Florida East Coast Rail- sitnnt to Section 4' Chu sir i 207 i'! -.. ... .- ---
Inns of Florida A< ts of 1'I41!
n.1
amended hv Section 111 ('hOt.,,,' 2.
way at Miami or New Smyrna Beach. Do not Laws of Flnrldn Ails nf 1041. midSection
\ 41 Chapter .'0722 1 aws of \

apply by telephone. If apply by letter state Florida.* <.tloii 21 Acts. Chapter of 111| :2t)7'l us annulled laws' hie ot' ALLBUT

Florida Acts of 11111 the follow'I noili'serliid I GIVEN
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lands In Okeechnliee County
employment and physical con- .
age, present "nrlil,' tn wit: [ | 7Af11W
SHofEV of NWU. I Sec 20
.- dition. Previous railroad experience un Twp 87, Rir", 81.!
Jot 8 Blk 1, Southern TInes 8/P
S'4 ofVVt of .NEVi. Sec 2\ I
Taps 37, IIto. 31
necessary. I Lots\\est 1 to Addition 20 Ire, Blk. 91. North- LIF ITSELF !

Lots n and 0, Elk 37 City (ifOkeechohpi

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Will he offered for sale nt pnlille(
I' outer' fur tli highest nol 'lust rash A
Nil, subject tn the rliht of the hoard
nf Coiiimlssl"' i'ere' nf Kvornlml.is Drnln. I
THERE ARE BOOBY TRAPSON ace D'strl, : M i I'or Honrd of I'oiinlvV
( 'ti'ttitfrhloi'' 'ern tit Okeechobee f*, lllIt\.
1.10.,111: io re(,"-t any and all this. nt
the Courthouse, hevlnnlnir at 10:oil( )
THE HOME FRONT TOO oVIiick A. M on the 10th tiny of swan.- wY
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April 1'M't\ Enxement for drainage I
and reclnnintlon and road puriins, vA
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will he reserved. and fifty porr'enr
''C(W'Xf) of nil oil gas and mineral at
rights will also he reserved,
The only difference is, the ones here have no\lin OK CoMM|< !Io'FltOF '
PVEIti.LXEDS: : : liB \1.\.1:

price tags on them. UISTUICTB

B(>.\UD (>'F COL'NIY "'"'I.
MsMO\iiC: OK Olt .'IJ'I r
People who are buying a lot of things theydon't unn: ('OI'1'Y FI oumt,
Hy ROY H }h\n,Titsov 1

need with all the extra money they'remaking I Cli-rl: cf the Ci.Mtiti Circuit, ,1'iiuit.'In.l.h itOkeechnliee 1S$4 r i s \i h

right now, might just as well label I By as Bopbronln nircnt fur Pense mild Hmule ;
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them "Souvenirs of the Great War Boom. NOTICEOkeerhohe __ aj 3 dOver '

I Connty, Flurldn. ;
And in later years when goods are plen- March 16. 1M1. "
NOTICE is Jlr.ltEIIo!\ ,::0. that ,
pursuant to Section' U of Chanter ., 'I'
tiful, and prices come down to normal I t-"(lfI. laws of Tlorldi Ante .if riff: : J
known ns the Mt'HI'llY ACT, and In.
the pmsuiiiiie of LliiiniHr 21)051. IiKlorldii / \\',
future them in
when uncertain stares
an Act ol 1'I41! known ns the '
EVERGLADES 1 Ii II\I\UR: ) Div K' j
face when others are getting four dollarsfor I Innd TltlCT ACT. tie rilnnlnir des rli # ,fJi'" _..:. : <
situated In 1 Hvergliidcs IirnlniiiPlstrlct .
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In Oki-cclM,hop Cniiiit' I'I hi. .lMft.
every three they've loaned to Uncle Sam Ida will he of..' ",I for sale at i 1111' 'I< ...Ii
outcry for the lilulust and heat ,msn, i >
1 Mi,!. snhlmt to fli" right of the Trn<' ..
-it'll be these people who'll have booby-trap t... of the Intri I il t Tini.roin .nf 1"\1"
nnil, of the Board of Cninnilislonera of
interest back when the time comes. Everglades: rnliinee District to reject
any and nil hills. nt the CourthouselifInnlnir .
( at 111'DO o' 'nr" V M on t1ith !"-
If you want the best security and the best tiny of April, 1941 A. to all
liniili outside the corporate limits of
nnv miinloliiHlltv, ns of this date,
investment in the world today, just sock your title to one half of all petrollum and
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three mirths nf other minerals' will

money into War Bonds. Don't settle for .a' he nnl reserved Improvement hi Trnsti Fund' .If' thin lands Into are

bunch of mighty attractive souvenirs. And this within date said the corporate reservation limits applies as hilt of the ravaged ground of war-torn Europe,

privilege to explore mine and develiiiw What YOU Can Dot
125 million and children who
trudge men women
them will he londncted on and under ,
once you've got those Bonds, hang onto lands only with the rf
the surface owner Easement comment for Lave given all but life itself toward the same per I. Get together all the "scrvtceahte used .ummer and

keep your dollars fighting-and get your full he rued re right.erv..il nf h\way said 200 Trustees feet wide frum will I manent peace we all are striving for winter womon't clothing, children'you.,cad and ipar infants'This.IncludMi.ear. and Mess ihoM.,

any parcel through n hli"'b there la nil Their need for is that for Overcoats topcoat, suits dresses, shirts Jacket, .
a i scars, and not1 much else. existing: stnte mini:: ; ;and ensemeiit: for I clothing as great ai pant, skirts, work clothe, lion, underwear, *!.....
rfrnlnnirp and i', I'liuaMin' and' '"r food-in some areas deaths from exposure equal lag garment, robe, weateri, shawls, and all knit
OUR FIGHTERSBUY road' purposes' will be reserved by the I ttoodt. Also blanket, bxlclolhu.
KEEP FAITH WITH I those from
Ion r il of fiiinniliiloii or KivrmaihsDrnlnsifo starvation. 3. Take your contribution to your local COLLECTION
WAR BONDS FOR KEEPS DUtrlet.' These need don't. DFPOf now or arrant to hit your LOCAL
8 10 ft of Lot 3. nik. Y. South people something yon They
Okeechohee, COMMITTEE collect It before AprU Mth.
Lot 1. nik. A, Wright's Second need your spare clothing. 1. Support your Local Commit not only with your

I -. -- AddUlon.1111.\ aUI OF OMMlSStiits I : : 150 million pounds must be collected this month. :nun, and& contribution energy. but lo with your tin,

I OF EVEKnTAOES! DRAIN. I
Will share?
\OE PiSTItZCTTlt1'STEpIi4! you give your

OKEECHOBEE COUNTY BANK NAT IMPROVEMENT: OF TUB" INTFI'FIND: .

OK TUB PAIR OF 1'LOU
IDA. UNITED NATIONAL CLOTHING COLLECTION
I Bv; ROY R. RAI'IERIOV, Agent

I provement for Trustee Fund at the and internal r..rI..n.' 1m.. for Overseas War Relief HENRY J. KAISER, National Chairman

OFFICERSC. nf Commissioners. of Everiiliiili
Drainage I'lutrtct. OkeiM-hobeu APRIL 1 TO 30
H. McNULTV, President County, Florida.uOUIO .
N. RAY CARROLL, Vlce-Pre R. B. MESERVE, Via-Pres.

DIRECTORS 'oRlfteh1fLery Ikl advMlbMMnt. prepared .by the War AJv.rtl.In9 Cwncl for United Nallanal Clothing Collection ami *,.-.<1 kfRAULERSGN

I R. B. Meierva. J. M. Roe, Sr. J. 0. Pearce Allen Markham I .oft II

...-, E. .M. Meierve C. H. McNulty N. Ray Carroll II 0'b b DEPARTMENT STOREWE


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